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When you come to the Yale Health Center
- Everyone must have an appointment before entering the Yale Health Center (except for Pharmacy).
- Patients are allowed one companion for regular office visits.
- Everyone entering the Yale Health Center is required to wear a mask, even if you are vaccinated. The Yale Health Center is a healthcare facility and Connecticut requires that masks be worn. Patients entering wearing a cloth mask will be given a disposable face mask. As part of their jobs, staff will ask you to wear a mask or pull your mask up over your nose.
- If you are sick, please call us first so we can direct you to the best place to receive care.
- Let us know if you have tested positive for COVID-19 or have symptoms.
- Maintain physical distance from others.
- Acute Care is available by phone at 203-432-0123. Triage nurses are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide medical advice or clinical guidance.
Visit the Yale COVID-19 Vaccine Program page for information about scheduling an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine or booster. Yale faculty, staff, and students who have received their COVID-19 vaccination should submit or confirm their documentation.
Yale Health spouses, dependents, and retirees covered by Aetna Medicare now self-schedule their COVID-19 test through Yale New Haven Health (YNHH). An order is not needed from your Primary Care Provider.
This designated Yale Health scheduling portal MUST be used, not the general scheduling link on the YNHH website. This will ensure that test results come back to a Yale Health Primary Care Provider. Bookmark this scheduling portal link for easy access.
Yale faculty, staff, and students test through the Yale COVID-19 Testing Program’s Color process.
Updated January 22, 2023
Pharmacy / Prescriptions
8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. for in-person care